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  • Ender's Avatar
    Today, 03:33 PM
    Interesting post from Bill Sardi: https://www.lewrockwell.com/political-theatre/wouldnt-you-know/
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  • CCTelander's Avatar
    Today, 01:50 PM
    I'm sure they're also preparing to vote REAL HARD come Nov. MAGA!
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  • CCTelander's Avatar
    Today, 12:20 PM
    I thought this was interesting. https://getpocket.com/explore/item/the-tiny-spite-triangle-that-marks-a-century-old-grudge-against-new-york-city?utm_source=pocket-newtab
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Today, 12:10 PM
    If you disregard psyop doctrine in all of this then you'll continue to remain led around by the media's narratives. Lemme help: (short pdf on .mil psyop doctrine written by Michael Aquino, the father of modern psyop warfare) https://archive.org/stream/pdfy-Mv-q4qGq8_TBPcwL/Michael%20Aquino%20%28US%20Satanist%29%20-%20From%20PSYOP%20to%20MindWar%20-%20The%20Psychology%20of%20Victory%20%281980%29#page/n1/mode/2up
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Today, 12:06 PM
    I haven't seen many instances of people "attacking all cops". Please share vids of all cops being attacked.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Today, 12:01 PM
    I have no idea how you drew that from my post but there's a reason why looting and rioting, which is a relatively small amount of the overall protesting, is so extensively covered by the media and I explained why in the quoted post. Focusing on that gives the police cover to abuse everyone else with impunity. Military psyops 101. There's a tan National Guard Humvee at the beginning of that vid leading the way. Trump signed Executive Orders promising to pay for all National Guard activity arising from "Covid" emergency. Hmmmmm....almost like planned.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Today, 11:53 AM
    I just fixed his broken link without comment on content but if your reply was directed at me: Media narrative sold to you. A handful of looters empty out a Nike store and thus, by extension, it's perfectly acceptable for police to gas and rubber bullet thousands of other people that have nothing to do with rioting and looting. The introduction of and extensive coverage of a relatively small amount of looting into the media narrative is what gives the police cover to brutalize everyone else peacefully exercising their 1st Amendment right to assembly and redress.
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Today, 11:38 AM
    Fixed bad link for you: https://twitter.com/JordanUhl/status/1266917228752056320
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  • PAF's Avatar
    Today, 10:55 AM
    The exercise of the trump admin was to lead republicans to the same thought process, so if a Fed.gov can do it for the "betterment of all" , why not?
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Today, 10:53 AM
    They don't want to stop looting. They do want to start it, however, to justify more excessive levels of force against those that are not looting. Most people are appalled when police start beating on peaceful protestors but when looting can be injected into the official/media narrative, suddenly it's different to people. There's no coverage of how the looting starts or is facilitated (see the vid I posted in the thread of a pallet of bricks mysteriously showing up on a downtown Dallas street corner), just that there's looting. Then, the casual observer starts to empathize with the police force to stop those looters. Psyops 101. There's also the entirely unreported aspect of these riots/looting/burnings that they tend to be targeted to city areas already slated for Agenda 2030 redevelopment. Existing small business retail gets destroyed, making way for the developers to come through and buy up and demo the existing burned out/empty structures and then replace them with their giant mixed use apartment developments. I don't know where you live Dr. but I live smack in the middle of it in Charlotte and I've watched it happen for the last 6 or 7 years. Need to clear out an area of defiant small businesses? Just bring over some of the paid rioters and let them go to work on the targeted area. Voila! Empty spaces ready for demo.
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  • PAF's Avatar
    Today, 10:39 AM
    Even a broken clock ACLU is right twice a day. The problem becomes, tax payers foot the bill for public/private ventures, and then roll it out onto the public via the private sector, which ultimately ends up in government hands. This is how Fascism takes root, and it is right on course.
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  • PAF's Avatar
    Today, 10:36 AM
    May 29, 2020 “We won’t let companies like Clearview trample on our right to privacy,” writes ACLU Staff Attorney Nathan Freed Wessler. The ACLU has decided to sue controversial biometric company Clearview AI, in an attempt to stop its privacy-breaching surveillance actions. Clearview’s technology that collects billions of unique biometric templates has been criticized by a number of privacy advocates, as has its use by law enforcement units around the world. ACLU is not the first organization to take Clearview AI to court over data privacy concerns. There are also two separate BIPA (Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act) cases currently ongoing against Clearview. “The company has captured these faceprints in secret, without our knowledge, much less our consent, using everything from casual selfies to photos of birthday parties, college graduations, weddings, and so much more,” Wessler says. “Unbeknownst to the public, this company has offered up this massive faceprint database to private companies, police, federal agencies, and wealthy individuals, allowing them to secretly track and target whomever they wished using face recognition technology.” ACLU is taking Clearview AI to an Illinois court in the name of vulnerable communities such as survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence, and undocumented immigrants. Calling the system “life-threatening,” the group accuses the biometric company of breaching BIPA, which requires a company obtain users’ written consent to collect biometric information.
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  • PAF's Avatar
    Today, 10:29 AM
    Biometric update is a little behind the 8 ball. But, they make it sound so appealing why giving up our liberty, private personal data, is a good thing. :mad:
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  • PAF's Avatar
    Today, 10:24 AM
    May 28, 2020 From facial recognition scans that open our smartphones to medical wearables monitoring our heartrates, biometrics technologies have become a near inescapable part of our daily lives. But while these technologies continue to expand around the world, few countries have yet applied them broadly as part of their public infrastructure. The coronavirus was a wakeup call. Following the success seen in places like Taiwan and South Korea using biometrics to prevent the spread of the virus, countries around the world may look to replicate similar strategies in their own deployment of the technology. As biometrics make their way into the public infrastructure, that opens the door to novel use cases to make our communities safer and our lives more convenient. But how likely is this biometrics revolution, and what would it actually look like?
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  • devil21's Avatar
    Today, 10:18 AM
    Yeah that's part but breaking out windows facilitates the looting. Brian4Liberty Regarding umbrella man hxxps://eurweb.com/2020/05/29/jacob-pederson-minneapolis-police-officer-accused-of-starting-minneapolis-riot-watch/ Of course St Paul PD denied it but anyone that's followed riots in general for years (G20 meetings, for example) knows that it's much more likely that it is a cop than not, especially since he's only facilitating the need for more police intervention by helping looting get started.
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  • Sammy's Avatar
    Today, 10:16 AM
    What is a White Supremacist?
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  • Sammy's Avatar
    Today, 07:19 AM
    But Mexican Flags are okay?:confused:
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  • Sammy's Avatar
    Today, 06:44 AM
    The Protesters started the fight not the police! Even De Blasio called them out!
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  • Slave Mentality's Avatar
    Today, 05:39 AM
    If you can’t trust your fellow man to remain civilized, then how can you trust that your fellow man remains civilized when he has qualified immunity, sees you as an enemy combatant, and is heavily armed? This is unless you truly believe that putting on a costume and a badge magically imparts godly moral authorities over our fellow man. Prisons have prison guards.
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  • CCTelander's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:59 PM
    I saw that too. Just one more travesty in a situation rife with them. That it's been allowed to come to this is both shameful and pathetic.
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  • CCTelander's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:14 PM
    AmeriKa.
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  • Slave Mentality's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:55 PM
    Repulsive to watch.
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  • PAF's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:10 PM
    I invoke my 5th A.
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  • PAF's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:01 PM
    As I eluded, if it was companies only, the Free Market could apply. If it was government only, there might be chance to overturn the violations. But when both companies and government are colluding together, what method or solution could be applied to reverse what is happening?
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  • PAF's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:41 PM
    With what is transpiring on a Global scale, should I bend over and take my liberty? Pack it in and pre-pay my plot? Live in solitude/isolation safely and soundly, to protect my own liberty and freedom, and my own money that is funding these things? Also Origanalist ?
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  • PAF's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:32 PM
    I posted this in another thread, but it applies here as well... There are lots of threads and talk about Trump vs Biden, left versus right, costly and worthless attempts to change the system from within. The question on a few folks minds is, what solution is there to stop mandatory vaccines, biometrics and tracking technology, and retention of private personal data. It would be surmountable if either government, or companies, was solely responsible. But when companies and governments collude together, not just in the U.S., or China, but on a global scale, what options are there to put a stop to it all? Apply for or retain a job. Travel by plane, boat, public transport, etc.
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  • PAF's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:27 PM
    There are lots of threads and talk about Trump vs Biden, left versus right, costly and worthless attempts to change the system from within. The question on a few folks minds is, what solution is there to stop mandatory vaccines, biometrics and tracking technology, and retention of private personal data. It would be surmountable if either government, or companies, was solely responsible. But when companies and governments collude together, not just in the U.S., or China, but on a global scale, what options are there to put a stop to it all? Apply for or retain a job. Travel by plane, boat, public transport, etc. Shop in stores, vacation resorts, go into or admitted in a hospital, government buildings to redress grievances, etc.
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  • CCTelander's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:26 PM
    I'm told we shouldn't worry about it. The courts will strike it down. Just look at the recent SCOTUS decision about religious gatherings in CA.
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